Hiking: Like A Fish Out Of Water

Making sure you’re properly hydrated is crucial when hiking. If you don’t, your body will not be thankful for those treacherous, steep inclines. Whenever I go out, I tend to not bring enough water which really puts a damper on my hiking state of mind.

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Me when I’m drinking water

If you were looking for some tips on buying a new water bottle, check this out!

The Grayl Ultralight Purifer Bottle is an innovative water treatment solution designed to remove viruses, bacteria, protozoa, chemicals and heavy metals from backcountry water sources. Unlike other water filters and treatment methods, the Grayl Purifier does not require batteries, ultraviolet light bulbs, hoses, straws, pumping, sucking, or waiting for a chemical reaction to complete.

Read More about what SectionHiker, Philip Werner has to say about this life-hack of a water bottle!

http://sectionhiker.com/grayl-ultralight-water-purifier-bottle-review/

http://sectionhiker.com/hydrapak-seeker-3l-soft-water-bottle-review/

Maybe water isn’t your cup o’ joe? Here’s a review on a insulted coffee mug that could be right down your alley!

https://www.outsideonline.com/2163156/are-expensive-insulated-coffee-mugs-worth-money?utm_campaign=rss&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=xmlfeed

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Don’t hate the playa, hate the game – ICE-T

Making sure you’re properly hydrated is important when hiking, or any type of physical activity. Think of it as a toxin detox of life’s stressful situations.

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